The Greatest Creator
Vision is a reaction to the stimulation of light energy of the eyes. Anobject will reflect the light from the sun or other light source. Via pupilsand lens the reflected light will fall on the retina for imaging to takeplace. Then stimulated by light energy, the nerve cells on the retina willconvert light signal into bioelectrical signal, which will deliver the visioninformation to the nerve center via optic nerves and finally to thebrains. The brain’s mechanism for analysis, judgment, and identificationwill form the concepts of the object’s size, shape, and color and then passon these concepts to the related departments of the body, ordering them tomaintain a high vigilance and be ready to respond to emergencies.For the smooth running of such a complicated program, a “man” of supreme wisdom is needed to conduct perfect design of the eyes, just likethe design of cameras by scientists. We can know that the eyes aredesigned by the Greatest Creator through the following passages.
1. What is visible to the eyes is only the visible light withwavelength ranging between 400 millimicrons and 760 millimicrons.
Beyond this visual range, the world is completely different. The bluesky is no longer blue sky. Our eyes will be dazed by the variegated andweirdly colorful scenes created by the cosmic rays like infrared,ultraviolet, gamma ray, beta ray, X ray, electromagnetic wave, andparticle flux. In less than 10 minutes our nerve system will become